EAN-131012502568956   EAN-13 barcode 1012502568956
Product NameCome And See / Idi I Smotri . Elem Klimov (2 DVD NTSC) World WAR II movie
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV
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Price New19.95 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used24.95 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Run Time145 minutes
CastAlexander Berda Alexey Kravchenko, Evgheniy Tilicheev, Kazimir Rabetsky, Lyubomiras Lautsyavitchus, Olga Mironova, Victor Lorents, Vladas Bagdonas, Yurs Lumiste
GenreMilitary & War
Run Time145 minutes
Run Time145 minutes
Long DescriptionDVD Region: ALL 2 DVD Set Theatrical release: 1985 DVD release: 2002 Play time: 145 Sound format(s): Dolby Digital 5.1 Language(s): Russian, English, Arabic Subtitles: Russian, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish, Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, Holland Format: 4:3, Color Genre(s): Drama, World War II Director: Elem Klimov Script: Ales Adamovich, Elem Klimov Camera: Alexey Rodionov Music by: Oleg Yanchenko Cast: Alexey Kravchenko, Olga Mironova, Lyubomiras Lautsyavitchus, Vladas Bagdonas, Yurs Lumiste, Victor Lorents, Kazimir Rabetsky, Evgheniy Tilicheev, Alexander Berda A feature by Elem Klimov made from the script by Ales Adamovich. It was released in 1985 and ranks among the most horrifying war films. It`s not only about the war of 1941-1945 exactly, but about any war, its devastating force sweeping away the natural course of things. The film is based upon documental facts and `The Khatyn Story` by Ales Adamovich. The authors describe the place and events which became a symbol of national tragedy. The hero of the film is Flyora, a sixteen-year-old boy that turned to the woods to help the partisans. At the beginning he is just a kid. Then he lives through the horror of the Nazi executions and becomes amazingly grown-up, and even old. The war had distorted the once tender childish facial features - it`s all wrinkles now. The altered face of Flyora is the face of War. The authors were so true-to-life, uncompromising and austere as to portray in the centre of the film not some grown-up man, but an unexperie nced kid with his childhood still here. Awards: Grand Special Prize at the All-Union FF, 1986; Prize of the All-Union FF for camera work, 1986; Prize of the All-Union FF for sound work, 1986; Prize of the All-Union FF to the composer, 1986
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